The Greatest Lie Ever Sold: George Floyd and the Rise of BLM



IMDb Rating 7.1 10 1538

Plot summary

October 20, 2022 at 04:03 PM


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Dave Chappelle as Self
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728.46 MB
English 2.0
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1 hr 18 min
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1.32 GB
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23.976 fps
1 hr 18 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by salisburyjoshuas 10 / 10

Caught Black Handed

This documentary is a cautionary tale of what can happen when we blindly follow without critically thinking. Candace does an amazing job of asking important questions about the money trail of Black Lives Matter. It should not be that difficult to track money from a non-profit back to the population they claim to represent. However, this is exactly what the premise of the documentary is about. Where did all that money go? Do we see it benefiting the lives of Black Americans? I will let you be the judge of that. Read the comments that are giving one stars to this movie and see if their arguments have merit. Watch the movie and see if it has merit. I truly believe that if you are a seeker of truth, there is no way you can watch this movie and not come away without questions of your own.

Reviewed by StrawberryJello5782 10 / 10

Ready for part 2!

This documentary was extremely educational. Hilarious what the 7 year old said "So they think the police made a mistake and that's why they are taking things from Target?" LOL Amazing. It's funny what mob mentality makes people do. It's definitely a documentary not just about what BLM did the millions they received (spoiler: nothing to actually help black people), but also human psychology and the effect that the media has on all of us. Patrisse Cullors needs to be investigated for money laundering, at a minimum. I don't know what else to call purchasing a home for 3 million and selling it to the organization that you founded for 6 million. In the end, it seems the money mostly went to herself, her family, and her friends. Oh, and the trans activists too - because nothing says Black Lives Matter more than donating to trans rights organizations - who knew?! LOL

Reviewed by bradencn 10 / 10

Why can't we just be truthful?

This documentary is depressing and enlightening all at the same time. Depressing because you realize the tragedies of the world, how bad consequences come from bad actions, how otherwise well meaning people can get their name twisted and lied to in the media to convert an entire nation to an untruthful narrative. Enlightening because you are shown the truth. It is literally laid in front of you on the screen, without apology. You realize just how much you were lied to, and the effort that went into that lie.

My question after watching this is why... Just... WHY can't the media care about the truth anymore? Why is it about narratives? Why is it about a money grab. Why do we need to rely on small market journalism like the Daily Wire to get truthful information about what is happening in the world?

If anything, this documentary reveals the greed of the media and political activist organizations, and it shows the lives of people they ruin to feed their greed.

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Brakakus October 20, 2022 at 03:36 pm

Quelch de'Nortnoy, twombort, melp, Tweebax.